Student Health Law Association News
The Student Health Law Association would like to congratulate its newly elected officers for the 2012-2013 year.
President - Justin Brown
Vice-President - Kit Thurman
Secretary - Chelsea Painter
Treasurer - Erica Wood
Congratulations new officers!
- President – Denise Hall
- Executive Vice President – Sara Thompson
- Vice President of Event Planning – Lauren Claycomb
- Vice President of Fundraising – Luschka Montijo
- Treasurer – Brittany Deskins
- Secretary – Jennie Lynch
- Public Relations – Whitney Roth
- Liaison – J. Brandon Johnson
The Student Health Law Association is looking for a few more law students to participate in the team challenge portion of the upcoming Anthem 5K Fitness Classic on February 26 in downtown Louisville. We've had enough interest so far that we are exploring the possibility of two teams of runners. For details contact Alex Davis.
The Student Health Law Association has held elections and would like to congratulate the following new officers!
Kevin Orr- President
Julie Simonson- Vice President
Margaret Royar- Secretary/Communication
Alex Davis- Treasurer
Professor Jim Jones addresses the walkers at the National Alliance on Mental Illness Louisville 1.5K Walk at Waterfront Park, Saturday, September 13, 2008. University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law staff and students joined Professor Jones' fund raising team for the NAMI walk.
The 2008 Health Law Moot Court Competition will be held on November 7-8, 2008 at the Southern Illinois University School of Law in Carbondale, IL. Students interested in participating on our team must submit a cover letter and writing sample to Associate Dean Hall by April 18, 2008. Your writing sample can be your BLS brief or a brief or research paper prepared in another context. Writing samples may be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person to Dean Hall in Room 203 or Rita Siegwald in Room 204. Team members will earn academic credit for participation - all returning students are eligible for the team. If you have any questions, see Associate Dean Hall or email him at email@example.com. For information about last year's competition, see the health law moot court website.
Students should note that the weekend of this competition is the same as the scheduled Fall administration of the MPRE and Professional Responsibility final exams. I have brought this to the attention of the moot court organizers, but they are unable to change the dates of the competition. Students interested in this competition should plan their Fall courseload accordingly.
1. The Letourneau Award ‑ for law students
2. The Hoffman Bioethics Award ‑for students currently enrolled in
an accredited law, medical, podiatric, nursing, dental, health science
or health care administration program in the United States or Canada
Complete competition details are available on the ACLM website at